Pupil Premium 2016-17
The pupil premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. Pupil premium funding is paid according to the number of pupils who have been:
• registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years
• been in care for 6 months or longer
2. Pupil Premium allocation received to date by Hankham School:
3. Details of how we spent our allocation 2016-2017
We have allocated the Pupil Premium fund in the following ways:
• Teaching Assistant time @ £10,000
The school employs Teaching Assistants who are deployed to provide in-class support for targeted students.
• One to One support @ £ 5,720
Pupils work in small groups or sometimes on a 1-1 basis to improve their Literacy and Numeracy skills. These pupils are identified through attainment and progress data and through Pupil Premium identification. This is to close the gaps between slower moving pupil premium children and their peers. Teaching Assistants are also deployed to run group sessions for vulnerable pupils e.g. social skills group.
- Lunchtime supervision @4,500
The school employs additional lunchtime supervision assistants who are deployed to provide targeted social support.
• Staff Training and Development @ £ 1,000
Funding is allocated to the Training Budget to ensure that all staff receive training relevant to enhance the outcomes of vulnerable groups. Support staff have been trained to support Pupil Premium children in specific areas where a learning need is identified.
• Attendance and Family Support @ £ 2,500
Funding is allocated to buy in additional support and services to help us work and support vulnerable pupils e.g. the Behaviour and Attendance Support Service (ESBAS) to help us work and support vulnerable pupils. We also have a trained PIC.
• Extra-curricular and enrichment @ 1,200
Funding is allocated to allow eligible pupils to take part in extra-curricular activities which they may otherwise not have access to e.g. after-school club such as sports tuition, music lessons, school trips. The money is used to fund school trips and residential trips. The money is also used to help fund opportunities and resources in school that Pupil Premium children may not access at home. Tablets were purchased to support learning, so that all children can access ICT equipment.
4. Impact to date on the attainment of disadvantaged pupils 2016-2017
This funding has helped impact positively on performance data (please be aware we have a small cohort of PP pupils):
Reception : 100% of PP pupils attained the Good Level of Development in 2017.
Year 1: There were no PP pupils in Year 1 phonics screening 2017.
Year 2: % of PP pupils attained national standard in reading (33%), writing (66%) and maths (66%) in 2017.
Year 6: 50% of PP pupils attained national standard in reading, writing and maths combined in 2017.
Also, in all years, improved:
Individual pupil outcomes and progress in reading, writing and maths
Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
Attendance and punctuality - please see graph below - blue = whole school and red = pupil premium pupils